Vulcan


Vulcan
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Original name in latin Vulcan
Name in other language
State code CA
Continent/City America/Edmonton
longitude 50.40008
latitude -113.25189
altitude 1043
Population 1853
Date 2008-04-11
2
Original name in latin Vulcan
Name in other language Vulcan
State code RO
Continent/City Europe/Bucharest
longitude 45.63333
latitude 25.41667
altitude 600
Population 5493
Date 2012-06-12
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Original name in latin Vulcan
Name in other language Vulcan
State code RO
Continent/City Europe/Bucharest
longitude 45.38333
latitude 23.26667
altitude 757
Population 28869
Date 2012-02-02

Cities with a population over 1000 database. 2013.

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  • Vulcan — may refer to:Mythology*Vulcan (mythology), the blacksmith god of fire and volcanoes in Roman mythology **Hephaestus, the Greek god of smiths identified with Vulcan * Vulcan statue, the world s largest cast iron statue (of the god) and the city… …   Wikipedia

  • Vulcan — (deutsch ‚Vulkan‘) bezeichnet: Vulcanus, römische Gottheit M61 Vulcan, Maschinenkanone AG Vulcan Stettin, ehemalige deutsche Werft Vulcan.NET, eine Programmiersprache Crichton Vulcan, ehemalige finnische Werft Vulcan ist der Name folgender… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Vulcan — es un brazo de desarrollo nacido del DBMS Firebird. Contenido 1 Objetivos 2 Nuevas características de Vulcan 3 SMP …   Wikipedia Español

  • vulcan — VULCÁN, vulcani, s.m. 1. Ridicătură muntoasă de formă conică, formată prin erupţia la suprafaţa solului a lavei şi a unor produse magmatice, având în centru o deschizătură largă. ♢ expr. A sta (ca) pe un vulcan = a fi ameninţat de o primejdie, de …   Dicționar Român

  • Vulcan — Vulcan: Содержание 1 Судоверфи 2 Механизмы 3 Оружие 4 В искусстве …   Википедия

  • Vulcan — Vul can, n. [L. Vulcanus, Volcanus: cf. Skr. ulk[=a] a firebrand, meteor. Cf. {Volcano}.] (Rom. Myth.) The god of fire, who presided over the working of metals; answering to the Greek Heph[ae]stus. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Vulcan! — (1978) is a Star Trek novel by Kathleen Sky. According to David Gerrold, her husband Stephen Goldin was also involved in the writing, although not credited.Plot SummaryMr. Spock beams down to a crazy planet, full of murderous plots, in a… …   Wikipedia

  • Vulcan [1] — Vulcan, 1) s. Vulcanus; 3) s. Vulkan …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Vulcan — Vulcan, bei den Griechen Hephästos, Sohn des Jupiter und der Juno, Gott des Feuers und der Feuerarbeiter, dargestellt als hinkend, bärtig, mit Mütze u. Hammer; Gemahl der Venus, welche ihm viele Streiche spielte …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • Vulcan — god of fire and metal work in Roman mythology, 1510s, from L. Vulcanus, a word of Etruscan origin. Often with allusions to his lameness and the unfaithfulness of his wife, Venus. As the name of a hypothetical planet between Mercury and the Sun,… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Vulcan — [vul′kən] n. [L Vulcanus, Volcanus] Rom. Myth. the god of fire and of metalworking: later identified with the Greek Hephaestus …   English World dictionary


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